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Ridding kids’ texts of poems spurs debate

Ridding kids’ texts of poems spurs debate

IT must be music to the ears of children who will start primary school on Monday. As part of the city’s efforts to ease the burden of young students, Shanghai Education Commission has decided to remove ...

Wang Jie | August 30, 2014, Saturday


Findings of parent survey

A SURVEY conducted by smmail.cn, a government-run comprehensive service portal, among 1,780 parents shows 70 percent of them will teach their children pinyin (writing Chinese words in Western alphabetic ...

August 30, 2014, Saturday


More old Chinese customs come under modern threat

A COUPLE of items in the headlines this week are shining a spotlight on threats to some age-old Chinese traditions and raising the question of whether they’...

Doug Young | August 30, 2014, Saturday

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Bulldozing the past in name of progress

Bulldozing the past in name of progress

Century-old shop houses, twisting alleyways and temples scented with incense still pulsate with the pursuit of old trades and time-honored rituals of families who have lived in Bangkok’...

Denis D. Gray | August 30, 2014, Saturday


Contemporary photo show to reveal trends

featuring photography, installation and video works created by 52 artists, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum will hold a show called “Contemporary Photography in China 2009-2014” starting September 5....

Wang Jie | August 30, 2014, Saturday


Foster scouts China for next global superstar

Foster scouts China for next global superstar

Legendary Canadian music producer and composer David Foster has discovered many amazing singers during his career. He says it would be no surprise if the next big superstar is Asian. “...

Xu Wei | August 29, 2014, Friday


Classical orchestra to be first up at new Poly Grand Theater

Classical orchestra to be first up at new Poly Grand Theater

The premiere season of the newly completed Shanghai Poly Grand Theater will open with the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra presenting Tchaikovsky’s “Piano Concerto No. 1” and Beethoven’s “...

Li Anlan | August 29, 2014, Friday


Feline detective scours the streets of old Shanghai

Feline detective scours the streets of old Shanghai

IN late 1920s Shanghai, anthropomorphic cat detective Constable Khang is sent out to investigate what lies behind a mysterious kitten that is tattooed with mousha, the Chinese characters for murder. Khang ...

Yao Minji | August 29, 2014, Friday


Visually impaired student fulfills university dream

Visually impaired student fulfills university dream

When the college admission notice arrived at Zhang Yaodong’s home in mid-August, the 18-year-old visually impaired man and his parents in northwest China’...

August 29, 2014, Friday


Color Run, fireworks part of tourism fest’s fun

Color Run, fireworks part of tourism fest’s fun

Running with a splash of colors in Pudong is among 46 activities scheduled for the 2014 Shanghai Tourism Festival, which will run from September 13 to October 6. Around the city,...

Qu Zhi | August 29, 2014, Friday




 

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